It’s been about three weeks since I returned home to the U.S. from Ireland, and settled back into the rhythm of everyday life. Many wonderful people made my walk, or pilgrimage, across the North of Ireland possible. I am grateful to each and every one of you for your support, and I am appreciative ofContinue Reading Thank You
Yesterday I officially filed my “Notice of Intention to Organise a Public Procession” to walk across Northern Ireland. And today I discovered my application was listed on the Parade Commission’s website. I’m still not 100% sure that my application was approved, but it’s looking good. In my application to the Parades Commission, I stated myContinue Reading Notice of Intention to Organise A Public Procession
Carbon Hill is an old mining town where people used to make a living off of digging for coal in Western Alabama. Today it’s mostly a ghost town except for the railroad freight line that passes regularly throughout the day. Even in hard scrabble places like this there are still wonderful, friendly people who willContinue Reading Carbon Hill, AL
I think this is so cute. My host family, Brian and Myriam Atkins, from last night prepared me a brown bag lunch for my walk today. I haven’t had a brown bag lunch prepared d for me since I was a child. Thank you, Myriam. I can’t wait to open later today.
I’d like to thank my team for all their help with getting me prepared for this journey. I am indebted to each and every one of them for their assistance to this point of my journey. They are all wonderful people who care about me and the success of my dream. Haile Johnston, JonContinue Reading A Big Shout Out and Thank You